Becoming a Poll Manager

Precinct Clerks, Poll Managers, and Election Workers

The Registration and Elections Commission for York County is seeking citizens interested in working at the polls. Persons working at the polls/precincts in South Carolina are officially called Poll Managers. Their job duties are:

  • Process voters on election day
  • Issue ballots to voters
  • Assist voters with their questions
  • Ensure elections are conducted according to South Carolina Election Laws

Training & Certification

Poll Managers in York County are required to attend training classes, consisting of six hours of classroom instruction prior to working at the polls. After you become certified, you will be given an opportunity to work side by side with a very elite group of citizens from our area. Working at the polls is an excellent way to meet new people and provide a service to your community.

Let us know you are interested, complete the Election Worker Sign-Up Form. You will receive information when our next Poll Manager Training Class begins.

For additional information about becoming a Poll Manager, call the Registration and Election Offices at 803-684-1242 or 803-909-7194 between the hours of 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. from Monday through Friday.

Location

York County Government Center
Board of Voter Registration and Elections of York County
Level 1, Suite 1201
6 South Congress St
York SC 29745

 Main Phone: (803) 684-1242
 Fort Mill Area:  (803) 909-7194
 Fax: (803) 684-7801
elections@yorkcountygov.com